Chiefs unbeaten in six

Kelowna putting together a good streak with a pair of KIJHL games at home to come this weekend

The Kelowna Chiefs are working on a six-game unbeaten streak as they settle into Rutland Arena of a pair of home games this weekend.

On Friday, the Beaver Valley Nitehawks will make their lone visit of the KIJHL season to Kelowna.

On Saturday, the Chiefs will play host to the Nelson Leafs. Face off both nights is 7 p.m.

The Chiefs, 4-0-2 in their last six, are coming off a weekend sweep of the Okanagan Division rival Summerland Steam.

On Friday, the Chiefs slipped by the hometown Steam 2-1. Jaden McNulty and Jace Woodley scored the goals while Brady Lenardson made 24 saves in goal.

On Saturday, Kelowna posted a 3-2 win over the Steam at Rutland Arena.

Dakota Kittle led the way with two goals, including game winner.  Lenardon made 26 saves for his second win of the weekend.

The Chiefs, now 7-3-2-0 with two default losses on the season, are now second in the Okanagan Division, three points back of first-place Osoyoos.


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